Postmasters Gallery opened in East Village in December 1984, moved to Soho in 1989 and in September 1998
the gallery relocated again to Chelsea. In October 2013 Postmasters opened its new spectacular 4,500 square-foot ground-floor space on 54 Franklin Street in Tribeca, complete with large functional basement.
Postmasters is the primary gallery for all the artists we represent.
During its 30 years Postmasters is showing young and established artists of all media. We actively seek new forms of creative expression and show them in a context of a variety of mediums. Painters (Austin Lee, Steve Mumford, David Diao, Adam Cvijanovic, Federico Solmi and William Powhida), sculptors (Monica Cook, Daria Irincheeva, John Powers), installation artists (Diana Cooper, Sally Smart), photographer Chris Verene, digital artists (Rafael Rozendaal, Rider Ripps, Shamus Clisset) and artists for whom form follows conceptual ideas (Mary Kelly, Oskar Dawicki, Serkan Ozkaya) are represented along the video and new media artists like Guy Ben Ner, Katarzyna Kozyra, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Eddo Stern, Natalie Jeremijenko, Holly Zausner, Eva and Franco Mattes aka. 0100101110101101.org, Wolfgang Staehle, and Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung. The artworks are generally content oriented, conceptually based, and - most importantly - reflective of our time.
Extensive archives of all exhibitions since 1999 are available online www.postmastersart.com
|Magdalena Sawon and Tamas Banovich are the owners/directors of Postmasters Gallery|
|Paulina Bebecka is also a director of Postmasters Gallery.|